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Euloeus, River, i. 43

Eumenea, Greek city in Hyrcania, i. 326

Eumenes ; struggle with Antigonus, i. 308-

309; 3* 363 .
Euphrates, River, i. 3, 40, 41 5 account of,

42 5 43 45 46, 47, 5 53, *3* *34
135, 151, 162, 175, 237, 273, 277, 300,

322, 354, 365, 3<597 374, 375> 377, 379,
380, 384, 386, 387, 390, 399,404,405,
407, 408, 411> 4> 4i 3. 415. 426,431,
433, 434-* 441, 44*, 4S> 45*> 453, 454,
455> 459> 483 488, 58, 519, 521, 532,
533, 535, 53$> 538, $& footnote ; ii, 34,
48, 189, 190
--Euripus, Straits of the, i. 214

Europus, Greek city near Rhages, i. 326
-Eurybiades, i. 215, 219

Eurydice, wife of Philip Arridaeus, i. 305,
309

Eurymedon, Battle of, i. 227, 345

Eusebius (historian), i. 445 footnote

Euseni, the, i. 449

Euthydemus, King of Bactria, i. 347

Evagoraa, King of Salamis in Cyprus, i.
244

Ezekiel, Book of, ii* 3

Ezra, Book of, i. 54, 163

Fahraj, or Pahra, i. 297

Fakhr-u*Din, ruler of Herat, ii. 188, 195

Fakhr-u-Dola (Buwayhid  Prince), ii. 92,

94
Fakhr-ul-Mulk, the, son of the Nizam-

ul-Mulk, ii. 119
Fao, i. 47
Farhad, legendary  Persian   engineer, ii.

141

Farhad Pasha, 11. 257
Farid-u-Ditt (poet), known as Attar, .i/.
Farma, Farman, Persian Prince, ii. 485
Farrah, i. ^85 j ii. 311
Farrahabad, city of, ii. 301 ; capture of,

3*65 319

Farrukhzad-Khusru, i. 530 footnote

Fars, province of (the ancient Parsa), i. 4,
5, 6, 47, 102, 121, 189, 424, 425, 500;
ii. 32, 36, 47, 55, 84, 86, 90, 93 j
annexed by Ahmad, 945 95, 102, 113,
127, 165, 167 5 revolt in, 175, 190,
195 ; Tamerlane's campaign, 204, 205-
207, 220, 362

Fath Ali Shah, i. 183 ; ii. 281, 330, 331,
372 5 accession of, 393 ; 396 ; embassy
to India, 399-400 ; 401, 403,404,405,
412, 4x4, 418, 419 ; death and char-
acter, 426-427 5 439

Fath Khan, son of Sirdar Payanda Khan,
Barakzai, ii. 403, 404

Fatima, daughter of Mohamed, ii, 18, 39,
44

Fatimids, the ; defeated by Alp Arslan, u,
103 5 107 j dynasty of, 108^x09

Fatteh All -Khan, Persian Vizier, ii. so*.
313                                                  *
Fatteh Khan, Barakzai, ii. 41 <
Faz, vide Paz
Fazl, Barmecide governor, ii. 60,70
Fazl ibn Sahl, ii. 71, 73
Ferghana, ii. 53, 55, 88, 219, 223, 258
Ferguson, J., 11.270 footnote
Fergusson, James, i. 399
Feridun, i. 142-143
Ferrier, J. P., Jj. 437 footnote
Ferrukh Khan, Persian envoy, ii. cos
Field, Claud, ii. i& footnote
Filigus of Rum (Philip of Macedonia), i.
Finkenstein, Treaty of, ii. 402
Firaz, town of, i. 533
Firdausi (Abul Kasim), poet, i. 141, 145,
146, 258, 422, 424, 429, 466, 470;
_ career of, ii. 133-1365 140
Firuz, Sasanian monarch, i. 472 ; cam-
paigns against the White Huns, 472-
473 5 Defeat and death, 473-474; 476,
483
Firuz, Persian general, i. 481
Firuz, brother of Zaman Shah, ii. 396
Firuz Mirxa, Governor of Herat, ii. 415
Firuzabad ; description of palace at, $09 ;
510
Firuzan (Persian commander), i. 542
Firuz-Shapur, i. 453
Firuz-u-Dm, Prince of Herat, ii. 404
FitzGerald, Edward, i. 192, 470; ii. 137,
138
Flaminius, Roman general, i. 342
Foster, W., ii. 273 footnote
Frada, the Margian Pretender, i, 189
footnote
France; Moslem invasion ofj ii. 56;
French mercenaries, 104 3 intercourse
with Persia, 281 ; embassy to Sulay-
raan, 302; and India, 397-398 $ over-
tures to Persia and mission, 401-402
Fraser, David, i. 237 footnote
Fraser, J. B., ii. 339 footnote
Fravartish, the classical Phraortes, i. 128
Frazer, Sir J. G., i. 115 footnote
Freire, Ruy, ii. 278-279
Fryer, Dr., ii. 287
Gabae, i. 149
Gabinius, i. 374, 382
Gabriel, Angel, appear? to Mohamed, ii.
10-11,22,45
Galatian, vide Gaul
Galen, ii. 133
Galerius, Emperor, i. 441, 442,444
Gallienus   (son   of   Valerian),   i.   433,
4-35
Gamasial, River, i. 43
Gambula, the, i. 92
Gandara, i. 173